Please join us for a talk next week by Dr. Soha Bayoumi, on ‘Women Doctors and Narratives of Resistance in Egypt’. A flyer with full information is attached.
The talk will take place on Wednesday, November 17th at 4:15pm (EST). The event will be run in a hybrid format—either in person in Hodson 313 on JHU’s Homewood campus, or via Zoom. All are welcome!
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- Dr. Soha Bayoumi is a Senior Lecturer in the Medicine, Science, and the Humanities program at Johns Hopkins University. She is presently completing two book projects, one (with Sherine Hamdy) on the work of doctors in the Egyptian uprising, and the other on the social roles of doctors in relation to health and justice in postcolonial Egypt. Her work is informed by postcolonial studies, gender studies, and social justice, and centres how medical expertise is shaped by and deployed relative to different political contexts. She is an editor for the Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies, associate editor for the Journal of Islamic and Muslim Studies, and from 2011 to 2021 taught at Harvard’s Department of the History of Science.